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Ritz Carlton Revamp, 3rd Pica Pica, Tenderloin Parklet, More

CASTRO - As Inside Scoop reported yesterday, Pica Pica Maize Kitchen is opening their third location of Venezuelan eats in the Castro hopefully in September. [ISSF]

TENDERLOIN - In the wake of a hookah crackdown, The Tender announces that Nile Cafe is reinventing themselves by launching breakfast and lunch... and they applied for a parklet. [The Tender]

NOB HILL - As announced by Signore Lucchesi earlier this week, The Dining Room at the Ritz Carlton is closing for a complete revamp. Ron Siegel will stay on as chef, but, you guessed it, it's going the less formal route. [ISSF]

PORTOLA - We've talked about Fresh & Easy markets moving into the Richmond and Bayview. There is another on its way in the former Bell Market at 1390 Silver Avenue. [EaterWire]

NOE VALLEY - Longtime Noe Valley liquor shop Urban Cellars has shuttered and in its place will be Noe Valley Wine Merchants. Here's hoping they'll keep up the tradition of drunken quotes and general hilarity on the Urban sign. [EaterWire]

MISSION - It appears that a business called Hot Press SF, Inc. is going in at 2966 Mission Street where Ana Dollar Store was. Anyone with details, feel free to share. [EaterWire]

UPPER HAIGHT - In other wine shop news, it looks like 122 West Winery is on its way out as MJ Lords Wine Cellar has a pending license to move in. [EaterWire]

INNER RICHMOND - There's a pending beer, wine and "eating place" license in for the Burma Tea Leaf space on Clement. Any news on what this place is going to be is welcome. [EaterWire]

TREASURE ISLAND - Despite the word "bar" in the name, Oasis Bar & Grill only just secured their liquor license. This is good news for islanders with only a handful of neighborhood watering holes. [EaterWire]

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